The essence of elegance! Fashioned in 14k white gold and featuring a medley of natural diamonds, this Art Deco engagement ring dates from circa 1920’s-1930’s. The face of the ring showcases an European cut diamond solitaire with an impressive .98 carat weight. Four corner- style prongs hold the diamond securely in place in a ported mounting that allows light to flow through the stone for enhanced brilliance and sparkle. Please note that the girdle of the diamond has a tiny nick, which does not detract from the radiance of the stone. Mine cut diamonds with a combined .11 carat total weight frame the solitaire and adorn the sides of the mounting as the band tapers into a smoothly polished shank. A 14k stamp inside the shank verifies the ring’s gold purity. Absolutely exquisite, this engagement ring will be your bride’s pride and joy!
This ring is a size 6, but it can be re-sized up 2 sizes or down 1 size for a $20 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options.
Metal Content: Guaranteed 14k Gold as stamped Diamond Clarity: SI2 (solitaire); SI2 - I1 (accents) Diamond Color: L (solitaire); H - I (accents) Stone Shapes: European Cut & Mine Cut Stone Information: 1.09ctw Face Height (north to south): 13/32" (9.7mm) Rise Above Finger: 1/4" (6.0mm) Weight: 2.7 Grams